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Japan considering expanding refugee resettlement to 60

Posted on October 25, 2018

LOL! That doubles their present resettlement numbers. I doubt they impressed the UN High Commissioner for Refugees when he arrived there yesterday. From The Japan Times: Japan will consider accepting more Asian refugees from 2020, with an eye to doubling the current annual ceiling of about 30 to strengthen its response to regional humanitarian needs, government […]

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Japanese court rejects Syrians’ asylum bids

Posted on March 20, 2018

Japan is one of the few countries in the world steadfastly attempting to maintain its “cultural and ethnic homogeneity” in the face of mounting pressure to open its borders. See my posts over the years as western mainstream media, the United Nations, and international communists and open borders agitators regularly criticize Japan’s wish to save […]

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UN badgers Japan again: Take more refugees!

Posted on November 21, 2017

Did you ever wonder why you never see an Islamic terror attack in Japan? It is because they take almost no immigrants especially almost zero refugees. I think Japan is on the right track and have said so over the last 10 years whenever there is a new flurry of pressure from the UN and […]

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Posted in Colonization, Muslim refugees, Pockets of Resistance, Who is going where | 8 Comments »

Human Rights Watch badgers Japan to take refugees….

Posted on June 23, 2017

….and join the union of nations experiencing Islamic terror attacks! Well, they didn’t exactly say that, but that would be the ultimate result if Japan opened its borders to migrants from Africa and the Middle East.   Japan, along with a tiny handful of countries has made the decision to fight to maintain its unique […]

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Japan holds firm, admits only TINY number of refugees

Posted on February 24, 2017

I haven’t written about Japan for awhile, and since we have so many new readers, I figured it was time to point this out (again)—Japan only takes a tiny number of refugees! And, consequently, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees has been haranguing Japan for years to open its doors (and begin diluting their culture!) […]

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Japan wants to (wisely) preserve its distinctive culture by limiting refugees

Posted on October 7, 2015

They give generously to humanitarian causes around the world, but do not want to dilute their culture by admitting refugees.  We have written many times on Japan, but once again as the Syrians are invading Europe, the Japanese are being called unwelcoming. From  USA Today: TOKYO — It came as no surprise when Japanese Prime […]

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‘Humanitarians’ still annoyed at Japan for taking only tiny number of asylum seekers

Posted on March 13, 2015

Maybe “annoyed” is too mild a word. This story is not new to us.  Japan is one of the few modern countries in the world actively working to keep Japan for the Japanese and the UNHCR and the international humanitarian industrial complex are riled up over it (again!), even as Japan is one of the […]

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Posted in Asylum seekers, Changing the way we live, Community destabilization, Who is going where | 6 Comments »

UNHCR is putting the screws to Japan to take refugees, especially Syrian Muslims

Posted on November 20, 2014

They don’t actually say Syrian Muslims, but they never do! This guilt-tripping pressure campaign on Japan has been going on for awhile.  Japan does take a handful of refugees, but you can imagine how it galls those one-worlders at the UN that Japan is holding out introducing the joys of multiculturalism in any big way. […]

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Posted in Asylum seekers, Community destabilization, Muslim refugees, The Opposition, Who is going where | 10 Comments »

Japan doesn’t take many refugees

Posted on June 7, 2013

Truth be told—Japan wants to maintain its Japanese cultural identity. They know very well that a small country with open borders will soon be overrun and frankly gone!  They don’t buy the ‘diversity-is-strength’ mumbo-jumbo. Only a few countries understand ethnic nationalism.  By the way, that is what Bhutan was doing when it expelled its Nepalese […]

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Japanese refugee resettlement program falling apart already

Posted on December 1, 2012

A few years ago, and after much pressure from the United Nations and the international humanitarian cabal, Japan reluctantly agreed to take some refugees.  Seems things aren’t working out so well as the 16 they planned to take this year backed out (Did they hear that the work was hard in Japan?). As the program […]

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